Quick & Easy
Sometimes quick and easy is a 20-minute dinner and sometimes it is 5 minutes of prep followed by 12-hours of cooking in a crock pot. Whatever "quick and easy recipes," means to you, all recipes we have in our database feature delicious food you'll love.
Tzatziki: Greek Cucumber-Yogurt Sauce
This Greek yogurt sauce is great for dipping or serving alongside your favorite grilled meats.
Fried Plantains with Condensed Milk and Jam
Easy fried plantains, topped with sweetened condensed milk and a generous serving of tart fruit jam. Best snack ever.
Homemade Sauerkraut from Scratch
Homemade sauerkraut retains its crunch and does’t have the ever-present vinegary excess found in store-bought varieties.
Homemade Miso Soup
Skip the takeout. Learn to make this classic Asian soup right in your own kitchen.
Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup
A warm, comforting (and vegetarian-friendly!) way to get your day’s worth of fiber and protein.
Curried Freekeh Soup with Kale and Sweet Potatoes
Get something warm, delicious and packed with nutrients on the table—in 30 minutes or less!
Lemony Chicken Soup with Quinoa
Try this in place of a traditional chicken noodle soup for a twist on a classic comfort food.
Easy, Cheesy Chicken Alfredo Casserole
A fun new take on classic chicken Alfredo, made with either pasta OR rice—and plenty of veggies.
Cream Cheese Icing
This light and fluffy cream cheese icing recipe is perfect for topping cakes and cookies.
Peanut Butter and Jelly Cupcakes
So, you think you love PB&J? Prepare to love this classic combo even more.
Buffalo Cauliflower Bites with Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce
Roasted cauliflower meets buffalo sauce and a creamy blue cheese dipping sauce.
Vegetarian Mushroom Bolognese
This vegetarian variation is hearty and rich, even without the beef or milk required for traditional bolognese.
Bacon-Cheese Quick Bread
With a double wallop of cheesy flavor, this quick bread takes advantage of a surprising secret ingredient.
Healthy Two Ingredient Cookies
These cookies call for only two simple ingredients—but you can throw in healthy add-ins to your heart’s content.